Joe Flacco Flourishes as Baltimore Ravens Dominate Giants in Preseason

August 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If the third preseason game is the dress rehearsal for the season, Ravens fans are going to see a very good show.
The Ravens dominated the Giants on both sides of the ball and with both starters and backups in a 24-10 beating that was worse than the score indicates.
The Ravens looked like a team that could do anything they want.
The first team offense led by Joe Flacco played a bit in to the third quarter.  They were clearly working on tempo and passing, using a no-huddle offense and spreading the ball around the field. 
Other than the first series, which was a three-and-out, the Ravens looked like they were just toying with the Giants defense.  There were a couple of sloppy plays, but for the most part the offense looks confident and effective.
They didn't bother to establish the running game, in part because passing was so effective, but also because that aspect of the game probably doesn't need much work.
On the defensive side of the bal...

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